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Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Show

$46.00 +tax
Adult Ticket
3.5 Stars
Based on 12 reviews



Adult (13+): $46.00
Child (4-12): $25.00
Family Pass: $117.30 $112.00
(Includes 2 Adults & 2 Children (4-12))

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Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater invites everyone to see Murder at the Town Vote!  If you loved Murder on the Square, don’t fret, your favorite characters have returned because...well, because, there’s been another dastardly deed done in Branson - someone else has gone and gotten themselves murdered!  And if the thought of not seeing some of the hilarious routines from the last “Murder” is just more than you can bear, well, don’t get yer britches in a bunch, ‘cause the antics that audiences loved most have returned, too!  The cast that has you squealing with laughter, the hilarious hijinks that have you wantin’ to jump in and join ‘em (and no worries on that front either - the cast isn’t complete until a few members of the audience have been recruited to make complete fools of them...uh, we mean, recruited to display their award-worthy acting chops,) and a scrumpdillyicious meal to make your belly smile as big as your face...what more could ya want?  Nothing, that’s what!

This fascinating look into the real history of Branson - let’s say, kinda sorta “real” history of Branson - takes place when everyone’s preparin’ for the town vote...suddenly, a mysterious death has these good folks puzzled, and the story unfolds as sanity slips away and the guns start shootin’, the trains start whistlin’, and folks start yellin’ their fool heads off, and you’ve never had a better time at the theater!  But watch out, volunteering to participate could lead to your face endin’ up on the WANTED poster for murder!

Additional Information/Helpful Hints

  • Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater presents Murder at the Town Vote at the Majestic Theatre.
  • The theatre is located at 2849 Gretna Road.
  • It’s an approximately two-hour show that’s family-friendly and suitable for all ages.
  • Still photography is permitted during Murder at the Town Vote.
  • Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater can be seen February through December on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
  • Dinner is available when the doors open at 4:00 p.m., and the show begins at 5:00 p.m.
  • Hot Dinner Buffet Meal:  Salad Bar with Fresh Cut Veggies, Homemade Meatloaf, Aunt B’s Baked Chicken, Made from Scratch Mashed Potatoes with Southern Pepper Gravy, Buttery Cut Corn, Downhome Mac & Cheese with Ham & Bacon topped with French Fried Onions, Country Green Beans, Homestyle Yeast Rolls & Butter, Grandma’s Apple Cobbler, and choice of beverage - Fresh-Brewed Iced Tea, Ice Water, or Lemonade from Fresh-Squeezed Lemons
  • A vegetarian meal is available with 24-hour advance notice.

This authentic, immersive, interactive entertainment experience is brought to you by the same slightly and delightfully mad genius of a humorist who delivers the brilliant Branson Comedy Hypnosis Show, Jecobie Roberts!  Whether you get up the nerve to jump in and help with the outrageous investigation, or sit on the sidelines and happily judge those who do, you’ll have the best tale to tell when you return home to Iowa...or Ohio...or California, or wherever you’ll be sittin’ and countin’ the days until your next visit to the home of live entertainment and the Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater’s Murder at the Town Vote!

 


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"Awesome show!! It is worth it!! Don’t hesitate to book it!"

Rating of 5 stars  Reviewed March 15, 2019
Awesome show! The actors were hilarious and very talented! Food was delicious and plenty of it!! Don’t hesitate to book this show you won’t regret it!! It’s audience inclusive and the actors make it very exciting and fun! The time flew by it was so much fun!
Last visited in March 2019

"Great entertainment"

Rating of 5 stars  Reviewed September 15, 2018
First time seeing this and my family and I thought it was a great show .we all were had a wonderful time .I laughed so hard I cried,I would highly recommend you be a good sport and join in the fun ,too get the full effect of the show. All of the cast were great and very approachable and friendly.Will definitely go back in the future.
Last visited in September 2018

"Hillarious!"

Rating of 5 stars  Reviewed May 1, 2018
I read other reviews that were poor and dated over a year ago, but I would definitely give it a 5 star. So thumbs up for the improvements. The buffet was great. Fried chicken, 2 kinds of meatloaf, a nice salad bar and other sides to choose from, dessert and drinks included. The actors were great. It started out slow because the setting of a murder mystery dinner is different than a complete cast performance, but it evolved into a great show with great humor and entertainment. They did a great job with allowing volunteers from the audience to take on a role. The audience participants, who volunteered, obviously enjoyed acting and did a great job. So go with an open mind that it is a different environment than sitting down to a regular show.
Last visited in April 2018

"Murder Under the Mistletoe"

Rating of 4 stars  Reviewed December 19, 2017
We were there for the Christmas murder mystery. The food was good, especially the chicken. The pulled pork is usually my choice, but this was too dry and tasteless. We got to be Kay Marte and Walt Marte in the play. Two of our four friends were also chosen. One was Johnny Deep. Ken solved the murder, but someone else got the prize. If you are going to choose when multiple people get it right, you should let us know. We kind of wondered what happened?
Last visited in December 2017

"Mystery Murder"

Rating of 1 stars  Reviewed December 7, 2017
This was the most disappointing part of our trip. This show paled in comparison to other shows we saw. The food was very average and the show was not a polished performance. The rest of the shows were great and I would rate them a 4 or 5. Spend the money to attend “The Miracle of Christmas.”
Last visited in December 2017

"Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Show"

Rating of 5 stars  Reviewed September 24, 2017
Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Show was well done. The buffet meal was well presented, moved quickly, and tasted good. Two options were available of pork and chicken or you could have both. Sides were salad, potatoes, mac & cheese, rolls and green beans. 3 kinds of cobbler were available for desert and lemonade and tea to drink. If you went away hungry, it was your own fault. The actors and actresses did a good job at getting audience participation and kept us guessing who the murderer was until the very end. I have been to 2 other murder mystery dinner shows in the past and this one tops the others. Very nice evening.
Last visited in September 2017

"Awesome"

Rating of 4 stars  Reviewed July 30, 2017
My wife and I did not know what to expect and were pleasantly surprised. We enjoyed the food and the relaxed atmosphere. My wife was selected as an audience participant and received rave reviews from some of those in attendance. We highly recommend this show.
Last visited in July 2017

"Fun evening"

Rating of 5 stars  Reviewed June 10, 2017
We enjoyed the show and also the buffet style dinner. The performers were funny and very interactive. They drew the audience in, not only the ones with assigned parts, but included everyone.We would recommend the show to anyone interested in a fun, entertaining evening.
Last visited in June 2017

"Do. Not. Do. It."

Rating of 1 stars  Reviewed March 18, 2017
So, let's just start out by saying that I have seen my fair of shows that weren't the best, but I could at least sit through them. This one, not even close. My husband and I left after intermission...we somehow managed to stay for over an hour and a half. It was about 100 bucks for both of us to go...and it wasn't even close to worth it. Buffet food with a whopping 5 items on folding tables. There were foam plates and plastic silver. You could have water or tea to drink...very disappointing. The actors forgot their lines multiple times. It was supposed to start at 4 and they said multiple times that we couldn't start till 5 (for whatever reason) and then one actor said we would start, and then went back stage and we heard another (very rude) actor say "Well, we are NOT starting till 5, so!" (Her mic was supposed to be off.) So, the audience just sat there staring at each other for about 30 minutes. Then, once it began, we couldn't even follow the story. Overly cheesy, overly unorganized. And I tried to sit through it with an opened mind. There are tons of great shows in Branson, don't make the mistake we did, and miss out on a good show by seeing this awful thing for an awful amount of money!!!
Last visited in March 2017

"Terrible Show"

Rating of 1 stars  Reviewed December 30, 2016
I can't believe we paid $40 per person for something worse than a high school play. The awful temporary decor is equal only to the screeching by the main actress. Can't follow the plot, don't care enough to try. My son had chanted "murder mystery!" so we selected this over the Dixie Stampede - huge mistake.
Last visited in December 2016

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